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Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (Part II)

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 2-8

  Satellite sensors provide the opportunity for continuous multi-time measurements of a vast area over a period of several days to several decades. Sensor coverage and distance repetition are determined by the height of the shooting platform (satellite), angular acceleration, orbital inclination in proper ...  Read More

Rural Development Strategies in the Developing World (Case Study: China)

Paridokht Fesharaki

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 9-16

  This paper has two basic objectives:1- Reviewing and evaluating major rural development strategies that have been used in the developing world.2- Providing a successful rural development model in China (studied in this paper). Major types of rural development and rural development courses of action are ...  Read More

Introduction to Military Geography (Part XVI)

Seyyed Yahya Safavi

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 17-19

  The bombing experts who have a very different view of urban warfare than conventional street warfare experts and experts of special force operations, support two major options or a combination of them. Option (B) is a precise bombardment of selective targets that will degrade enemy’s capabilities ...  Read More

Northern Atlantic Ocean's Fluctuations

Hosein Asakareh

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 20-24

  No region is independent from the point of view of climate, and the dominant climatic pattern in one region affects other regions, because there is a systematic atmospheric relationship between them in spite of climatic disparities between different regions; for instance changes occurring in tropical ...  Read More

Tide: a Complex Phenomenon

Abbas Ali Saleh Abadi (Translator)

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 25-27

  The tide is a completely complex phenomenon that was fully described in the middle of the nineteenth century. The majority of confirmed popular opinions concern this issue.For example, we often assume that the Earth's rotation around itself displaces a great deal of water and creates a tidal wave, or ...  Read More

The Restless Earth

Zoleikha Bagheri (Translator)

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 28-33

  Earth: The Planet of Water. More than three quarters of the earth's surface is covered by water. Here is a view of the Indian Ocean. The white frozen surface strikes the eyes in the lower part of the globe.The earth, the planet of water, is covered with a thin shell of air that we breathe and protects ...  Read More

Study of Golestan Province's Waters

Esmaeil Shahkouei

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 33-38

  Golestan province has a favorable climate due to its geographical location, weather conditions, land lay, relatively vast vegetation and quantities of available water.The average precipitation of the province is approximately 3 times the average precipitation of the country. The total volume of surface ...  Read More

Application of Satellite Images in Flight Simulation

Seyyed Bahman Zomorrodian

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 39-41

  Military and civilian flight simulators have progressed vastly over the past ten years. Computer, electronic and robotic advances have made the simulators improve day by day and become more efficient in piloting training, and, given the growing need for them, this industry has become one of the most ...  Read More

Interpretation of Aerial and Satellite Images (Part XIV)

Hamid Malmirian (Translator)

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 42-45

  Wind deposits are caused by erosion, displacement and discharge of non-solid materials by wind. Sedimentary deposits are caused by major wind, sandy hills and clay deposits.Sandstones include hills or sandy ridges that are caused by wind blowing. They are usually found where a sand source is available ...  Read More

Determination of Precipitation Statistics' Homogeneity at Pluviometric Stations of the Bashar River Using the SPSS Software

Hasan Ali Ghayur; Farinush Kiarasi

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 46-50

  One of the problems encountered by researchers in natural science and related sciences is lack of homogeneity in precipitation statistics of pluviometry stations in a region or a basin. Thus, the precipitation statistics of one or more stations do not match those of other stations, and this implies that ...  Read More

A Geographic Analysis of Establishment of New Cities in Iran (Case Study: Isfahan)

Hasan Beik Mohammadi

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 51-57

  Although the history of construction of new cities with previous plan dates back to the time B.C., the New City movement is related to the beginning of the twentieth century, at the suggestion of Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928). In Iran modern urbanization has begun since about 1921 and construction of Noshahrs ...  Read More

Examination of Climate Change in Semnan City According to Monthly, Minimum and Maximum Precipitation and Average Monthly Temperature

Mehrdad Hoseini

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 58-61

  Rainfall is a climatic element that changes year by year, and in fact rainfall is a random variable over time. If the long-term rainfall data are available, the probability of occurrence of precipitation can be determined by statistical methods.In this study, the city of Semnan has been selected in order ...  Read More

HRS: A New Instrument for Display of Land Features as a 3D Model

Majid Mokhtarani

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, Pages 62-64

  The system in discussion is a new tool and capability on the SPOTS satellite sensor, which we were eagerly waiting for. SPOT IMAGE and its partners have gained very good resultsout of this key innovation for customers of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) and geometrically corrected images with appropriate ...  Read More